Police make prostitution arrests at Ripon truck stop

4:31 PM, Aug 21, 2012   |    comments
Damaris Quezada, Andres Felipe Izquierdo
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RIPON, CA - Ripon police took two people into custody and cited a teenager on suspicion of prostitution at a local truck stop early Tuesday morning.

The arrests were at the Flying J Truck Plaza at 1501 N. Jackstone Road.

Arrested on booking charges of prostitution, conspiracy and contributing to the delinquency of a minor was Damaris Quezada, 22, of Ceres. She admitted to officers she had placed an ad on the Internet to be contacted for a "good time" and had engaged in a sex act with a truck driver at the lot, said 1st Sgt. Steve Merchant.

Quezada was accompanied by Andres Felipe Izquierdo, 28, of Turlock and a 17-year-old boy from Ripon. Merchant said the two admitted to driving Quezada to the rendezvous with the trucker. In their Nissan Sentra officers reported recovering a printer and copies of $20 bills

Izquierdo, who is on parole, was arrested on a parole hold, suspicion of conspiracy, aiding in prostitution and contributing to the delinqency of a minor.

Quezada and Izquierdo were booked into San Joaquin County Jail.

The teen was cited and released on charges of conspiracy, aiding in prostitution and circulating unauthorized money.

The truck driver, Mark Rony Saha, 35, of Loma Linda, was cited and released on a charge of solicitation of prostitution.


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